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Deborah Lamm Weisel & John E. Eck

In: The Challenge of Community Policing: Testing the Promises

Chapter 3: Toward a Practical Approach to Organizational Change: Community Policing Initiatives in Six Cities

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Toward a Practical Approach to Organizational Change: Community Policing Initiatives in Six Cities
Toward a practical approach to organizational change: Community policing initiatives in six cities
Deborah LammWeisel
John E.Eck

There is currently widespread interest in community policing. Whether one reads the extensive literature on the subject or reviews current practices, however, there is no single articulated form of community policing. Instead police agencies are engaged in a diverse set of practices united by the general idea that the police and the public need to become better partners in order to control crime, disorder, and a host of other problems. Although numerous police agencies are practicing some form of community policing, little is known about the variations of community policing being practiced or the reasons for these variations, ...

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